Saturday Mornings at 10:30
Note: Seating is limited, so it is advisable to arrive early, save a seat, and enjoy the garden until lecture time. (Don’t forget: Free tours of the Garden begin every Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.)
Free to the Public
2018Nov. 3 – Bart O’Brien: Botanical Highlights of Baja California Field Trips in the 1990s: Slides.
Nov. 10 – Ted Kipping: Botanizing Across North Carolina.
Nov. 17 – **Lecture canceled due to poor air quality**
Nov. 24 – NO lecture – Thanksgiving weekend!
Dec. 1 – Ken Hickman: Mt Umunhum – A Botanically Significant Summit Open After 60 Years – A Photo Tour.
Dec. 8 – Heath Bartosh: Northern California Black Walnut – A Tree with Many Stories.
AND After Heath’s talk, there will be a 15 minute break and at approximately noon, Bob Sikora will demonstrate his photographic method for creating digital images of slides.
Dec. 15 – Dan Gluesenkamp: TBA
Dec. 22 – TBA
Dec. 29 – NO lecture – enjoy the holidays!
2019Jan. 5 – Michael Uhler: A trip in search of floral gems in Nevada’s Ruby Mountains. A photographic recount of a knapsack trip high in The Rubies.
Jan. 12 – Steve Schoenig: Monkeyflowers in Flux – Focusing on Northern California.
Jan. 19 – Bob Case: Exploring Interesting Plants of Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska on the Lewis and Clark Trail and Badlands National Park, South Dakota.
Jan. 26 – Greti Séquin: Carolus Linnaeus – or Carl von Linné – and the Naming of Everything. An illustrated story of Linné’s life and work and a look at his botanical garden in Uppsala, Sweden.
Feb. 2 – Dick O’Donnell: TBA.
Feb. 9 – Jon Rebman and Sula Vanderplank: Baja California.
Feb. 16 – Ted Kipping: TBA.
Feb. 23 – Keir Wefferling: Uncovering Cryptic Hybridization and Genome Duplication within the Goldback and Silverback ferns (Pentagramma, Pteridaceae).
Mar. 2 – Bart O’Brien: The Gulf of California Islands, Mexico, Expedition of 2018.